Jason Gorey, Vice President of Strategic Engagements, brings nearly two decades of experience in national security innovation, defense industrial base, hypersonics, microelectronics, cyber, and foreign affairs. While serving in the Pentagon, he was Executive Secretary for the Defense Production Act Committee, coordinating across multiple agencies on actions to safeguard and strengthen national defense supply chains.
Previously, Gorey held a career in human intelligence at the Defense Intelligence Agency and was appointed by the White House as a Senior Foreign Affairs Officer at the Department of State. As a military officer, he is currently a Reserve Defense Attaché with the Defense Intelligence Agency. Previously, he was deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan as the Officer in Charge of Computer Network Defense for U.S. Army networks.
Gorey earned a bachelor’s degree in political science and government from Georgetown University and a post-graduate diploma in National Security and Intelligence Studies from National Intelligence University.